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Farmers' Markets

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Farmers' Markets

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Provence Lavender Fields and Aix-en-Provence Tour from Marseille

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Witness the unimaginable beauty of Provence’s lavender fields on this excursion from Marseille. In a small group, visit the delightful bohemian town of Aix-en-Provence and travel through Valensole Plateau. Marvel at the endless, undulating fields of lavender and soak up the distinct fragrance that perfumes the air, particularly in the middle of summer. Stop in Valensole village to pick up a bouquet and some essential oils to take home!
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Razorfish wrote a review Jan 2020
Little Rock, Arkansas3,228 contributions727 helpful votes
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My wife and I shopped at the Farmers Market in Aix-en-Provence on a Saturday morning during our two day stay in Aix. It is a great farmers market. It is one of my favorite markers in Europe. There is a good variety of fruits and vegetables as well as cheeses and breads. We bought some bread and cheese and I bought some duck confit. We went back to our Airbnb apartment and had a picnic on the rooftop terrace. It was one of the most memorable experiences of out trip to southern France.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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rhornad1 wrote a review Oct 2019
Baldwinsville, New York167 contributions91 helpful votes
On a recent Saturday, three couples visited the market in Aix-en-Provence (Cours Mirabeau) on our way from Fabregas to Saint Remy en Provence. Being an ancient city dating back before Roman occupation some 2000 years ago, the streets are narrow and most all parking is below ground in public parking parking garages..... not a problem if your driving a mini compact car. With six people and luggage, however, we needed to rent a nine passenger van. Needless to say, we didn’t want to risk height and size limitation of the underground parking garages. The solution was to park outside the City in the Parc Relais Route Des Alpes and take a bus right down to the Office de Tourisme on Boulevard de la Republique. The cost to park and ride is €2.20 for the day and that includes round trip bus (#25) for the entire vehicle. In our case, that price included parking and bus trips for six people.... what a great value! The parking lot was half empty leaving plenty of room for an oversized van. The bus stop is just around the corner from the lot and the bus comes about every 20 minutes. The ride into the City was about 10 minutes. A totally no-stress approach to parking in a city with virtually no surface parking on one of it’s busiest days. The market was largely clothing and fabrics. The farmers market on an adjoining street was much smaller and not overly impressive. We had a great lunch at a restaurant along Cours Mirabeau and enjoyed the people watching. Overall, a good day made easy by the park and ride facilities.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Ramadama wrote a review Oct 2019
New Providence, New Jersey1,845 contribution624 helpful votes
This was an average experience... Nothing really special. The market is a little dirty and just your regular market products. If you happen to be walking by take s peek but I wouldn't rush out to see it.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Isvar P wrote a review Sep 2019
Brossard, Canada11 contributions8 helpful votes
The quintessential french open-air market. Lavender, honey, and fresh produce line the stalls. It is as authentic an experience as you can have. Get there early, as it is set-up first thing in the morning, and by 2 pm, all booths are taken down — a must to enjoy.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Alina H wrote a review Aug 2019
Belgium427 contributions78 helpful votes
excellent market with many farmers with very good regional products. we spent a lovely day trying different products. we loved it.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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